It has been reported that a man died after being admitted to the Accident and Emergency unit of the Manor Hospital in Walsall, West Midlands.
It is being stated that the man was allowed to grab some fresh air despite his condition and he collapsed shortly afterwards.
His plight was however ignored as he lay on the ground just yards from the hospital entrance as the medical staff, including nurses, porters and paramedics refused to pay any heed to him.
Paragon, the specialist mortgage lender, after cutting off new mortgages for over a year, on Tuesday said that it is now ready to lend to new customers, encouraged by stabilizing markets, easing of bad debts and recent profits in earnings.
For the year up-to September 30, the group delighted investors and analysts by posting pre-tax earnings of ￡54.3 Million, a good rise from the figure posted for the same period last year which stood at ￡53.7 Million. Bad debts also dropped by 30% in the second half of the aforementioned yearly period.